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the pentagon is investigating america's top general in afghanistan. >> and it's connected to david petraeus' resignation as the head of the c.i.a. general john allen succeeded petraeus as the head of the international coalition in afghanistan. a defense official says the investigation centers on possibly inappropriate e-mails with jill kelley. kelley is the florida woman who alerted the f.b.i. about threatening e-mails she got. >> if you know my ser, like i said -- my sister, like i said she's a dedicated mother and dedicated wife. >> it's believed the e-mails kelley felt threatened came from broadwell. broadwell is the woman who wrote the biographer about petraeus who became involved in an extramarital affair. john allen denies he's done anything wrong and remains in command. >>> the biggest of the three rescue boats in the d.c. fire department's fleet is in need of massive repairs. the john glenn is 50 years old. thanks to a missed application deadline, its coast guard application has expired. it needs $700,000 worth of repairs, including to its communication system. 9news reporter preeti
will be the united states of america. [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: well, clearly you can see a very different scene at mitt romney's campaign headquarters. mitt romney spoke around 1:00 a.m. almost two hours after the president was projected to win. he delivered his concession speech and i will have excerpts from that speech at 5:30 coming up and mike, can you believe it? day after the election and we already knew who won. i tell you what when i was starting to take a little nap at around 7:00 i was thinking my gosh this could -- by this time i thought we wouldn't have a president. we wouldn't know who would win. but hey. voters proved me wrong. >> yep. >> they did. >> ha will the of us thought that going into last night. and thankfully i was thankful that we got up and we had a decision and didn't have to do this like we did in 2000. kristin we'll see you. >> president obama already reached 270 votes before he finally was declared the winner in virginia. >> and part of the reason the vote counting took so long in virginia is because the lines were huge. at one polling spot in dumfr
elections the way america runs our elections. we need to move beyond that and have independent nonpartisan officials run these elections. >> thanks for joining us. the book is turning point. andrea, over to you. >>> thanks mike. we'll look at local efforts to help hurricane sandy victims. coming up. >>> do you talk politics at work? i'll tell you how most people are handling this hot potato topic on the job. you are watching 9news now. >>> disney animation debuted at the top this weekend. the story tells of a film character who doesn't want to be cast as aville lenny more. the washington film called flight came in second place. argo hung in third and the man with the iron fist rounded it out. >>> the average american does this 256 times a year. is it blow their nose, donate to charity or cook a meal? >> peter wrote americans would be healthier if it were c, but probably a. >>> thank you for watching 9news now at 6:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. >> thanks for joining us. mr. bernstein has lots to talk about. >> by wednesday that is when a nor'easter does come up the coast with rain and wind. wea
, one of the president's advisors, his senior campaign advisor says romney is still looking at america through the 47% prism. >>> after a taco bell manager was seriously wounded over the weekend, another store manager has been shot, this time in anne arundel county. police say a gunman entered the wal-mart in maryland city just after 4:00 a.m. yesterday and demanded money from the victim. despite getting some cash, police say the robber forced the manager into the parking lot and then shot him. the victim was hit in the upper body and is expected to recover. >>> the incoming chief of the u.s. capital police is a familiar face to many in our area. kim dine is leaving his post as police chief in frederick, maryland. before that he worked in the police department for 27 years. he will take over the u.s. capitol police mid-december. he succeeds philip morris who retired in may. >>> this afternoon d.c. parents get their first chance to react to the proposed school closings. the d.c. city council will hold a public hearing to review potential closings and some boundary changes. the city scho
's elections. a jewelry store in bedford posted the sign that reads closed to mourn the loss of the america that our forefathers endowed to us. while some agreed the store owner has a right to express his opinions others say the move upsets them and they'll no longer do business there. >>> in other news prince george's county police are now looking for a murder suspect this morning. last night officers found a man a gunshot wound in hillcrest heights. he was outside the apartment building and died at the hospital later. at this point no details on a possible suspect or a motive. >>> much of the debris from superstorm sandy has a big coating of snow on it this morning. and that's all thanks to the nor'easter that's battering areas to our north. 9news now reporter kristin fisher has more on the storm and its effects on travel. she's live at national airport. good morning kristin. >> reporter: good morning. well, more than 1200 flights across the northeast have already been canceled and those cancellations are continuing into the morning: so business travelers, this impacts you. listen up. th
in america have no place to call their own. >> in the d.c. area, one organization is serving homeless children by providing supervision and a lot more. jc hayward salutes bright beginnings. >> this is my daughter. >>reporter: bright beginnings is the home away from home for loretta jones' two children, 4- year-old fredrick and 3-year- old gwendolyn, they've all lived in transitional housing. >> bright beginnings provides the stability for these children and their families. children have a safe place. >> i feel comfortable leaving them here so i can pursue my dreams of going back to school and getting into the computer programming that i want to do. >>reporter: the 26-year-old enrolled her preschoolers 2 1/2 years ago after a social worker told her about bright beginnings. >> i was hesitant at first, i don't want to be an overprotective mom, but i came in and they made me feel at home. >>reporter: bright beginnings offers free services for youngsters from six weeks to 5 years old. >> with my daughter, i've seen that she's normally bossy, but now she's learning leadership skills vers
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